[PHOTOS]: How online civil service recruitment will work


Officials at the Ministry of Public Service and Labour (MIFOTRA), yesterday, took journalists through the process of how the newly-established recruitment process in public service, known as e-Recruitment, will work.

[PHOTOS]: Tangren hotel officially opens its doors in Kigali


Tangren hotel, an exquisite hotel and Chinese restaurant, officially opened its doors to excited customers on April 2 in pomp and colour. Customers at the opening ceremony were treated to...

Pan-African Movement launched at varsity level


Africa for Africans! This was the slogan being chanted by university students, scholars and other officials as the Pan African Movement (PAM) was on Friday launched at university level.

Three held for vandalising Huye water plant

Police in Huye District are holding three men in connection with vandalising and stealing underground electric cables connecting Huye mineral water plant in Ngoma Sector.

PDC party youth urged to use social media to fight genocide ideology

YouthFUL members of the Centrist Democratic Party (PDC) countrywide have been urged to stand up and fight against the spread of the genocide ideology through social media.

DIGP Marizamunda visits Rwandan Police peacekeepers in Central Africa


The Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Administration and Personnel, Juvenal Marizamunda, last week visited the Rwandan Police peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR).

[PHOTOS]: First Lady: It is every community's duty to ensure children attend school


The First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, has called on parents, leaders, and all other adult members of every community to do what it takes to ensure that children stay in school.

Kwibuka22: Ibuka says survivors still need a lot of help


Nearly Twenty-two years after the Genocide against the Tutsi, Rwanda has made remarkable progress in rebuilding society, fostering peace and reconciliation, among others.

[PHOTOS]: Why Culligan International chose Rwanda for its regional headquarters


Culligan International, an American company with more than 75 years of experience in offering water treatment solutions, announced last month that it will set up its regional headquarters in Kigali,...

[PHOTOS]: Weekend rains kill 8 in Kigali

At least eight people were killed in the weekend downpour that devastated different parts of the City of Kigali, according to district leaders.

First Lady to recognise best performing female students


The First Lady, Mrs Jeannette Kagame, will join today the 11th edition of the Best Performing Girls Campaign, in Ngororero District.

Kwibuka22: Over 3,800 volunteers to help trauma victims


Ibuka, the umbrella organisation for Genocide survivors’ associations, has prepared 3,800 social workers to help trauma victims during the 22nd commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

Rwandan Community in Uganda fundraise for Genocide museum


The Rwandan community and friends of Rwanda in Uganda are running a fundraising activity that will lead to construction of a Genocide museum in Mpigi, Uganda.

[PHOTOS] RDF Command and Staff College students on study tour to Ethiopia, Turkey


Officers attending the Senior Command and Staff Course at the RDF Command and Staff College in Musanze District began their annual international study tour to Ethiopia and Turkey on Saturday.

MPs outline five-year plan to fight Genocide ideology


Members of the Anti-Genocide Parliamentary Forum (AGPF-Rwanda), yesterday, agreed on a five-year strategic plan to fight Genocide ideology in Rwanda and across the world.

Rwanda joins AU Peace and Security Council


Rwanda yesterday officially joined the AU Peace and Security Council (PSC), the standing organ of the African Union (AU) in charge of prevention, management and resolution of conflicts.

More opportunity for investors as Rwanda financial services diversify


Various global institutions in the service sector held a two-day session in Rwanda, where they interacted with local financial firms about available opportunities in the financial services sector, an industry...

Rwanda issues warning on yellow fever


Rwanda was declared free of yellow fever; however, with the recent outbreak of the disease in Angola, concrete steps have to be taken in order to keep the country safe.

Ivory Coast, Rwanda exchange tips on pension fund management


An Ivorian delegation made up of officials from the West African country’s public pension body will work with their Rwandan counterparts to improve the Fund’s efficiency through the sharing of...

Mukankomeje remanded for 30 days

Nyarugenge Intermediate court has remanded Dr Rose Mukankomeje, the Director General of Rwanda Environmental and Management Authority (REMA) concurring with prosecution that she might tamper with evidence once released on...

Fishermen told to be active in maritime security

Fishermen operating in Lake Kivu have been urged to take internal measures and work closely with police to ensure‎ security in the lake.

Justice sector moves to revamp service delivery

Different stakeholders within the justice sector, yesterday, concluded a two-day retreat organised to collectively look at how they can increase delivery of services within the sector.

South Africa's top court orders Zuma to reimburse state


JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's top court ordered President Jacob Zuma on Thursday to pay back some of the $16 million of state money spent upgrading his private home, in...

Regional military exercise conclude in Kenya


A Rwandan contingent consisting forty-three military and police officers is part of the team that on Wednesday completed an integrated military exercise codenamed “Ushirikiano Imara” in Nairobi.